Light Touch Learning

Quirky comments from Scotland on instructional design, and the odd bit of satire.

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Posts by Light Touch Learning

The Last Post

A couple of weeks ago I sent an email to my Light Touch Learning mailing list saying goodbye to them, and to my elearning career. […]

Scenarios don’t have to be difficult!

So what’s new in the scenarios world? A couple of good posts from Christy Tucker, that’s what! If you think ‘we should have a scenario […]

New scenario example in portfolio

I’ve put a new scenario example on my portfolio page. This is an unbranded version of a scenario I wrote for a leading Scottish child […]

Cathy Moore – Map It review

I’ve written and talked a lot about Action Mapping as the best way to kick off a learning project, ensuring it’s focused on actions that […]

How to note and record an Action Mapping session

Cathy Moore’s Action Mapping is a great way of capturing the performance needs at the start of any kind of training project. On paper it […]

Five great articles to power up your elearning scenarios

In the immortal words of Ian Dury, ‘There ain’t half been some clever bastards’. Here I’ve picked five excellent articles I’ve found recently; each  takes […]

Portfolio & clients page updated

I’ve improved my portfolio and clients page, to bring together a few scenario examples previously scattered across the site, and a consultancy case study. You […]

Great resources for elearning scenarios

I’ve written so much on elearning scenarios in this site it’s time I pulled all the resources together for easy reference. I’ll add some of […]

Elearning vs classroom

It’s an old chestnut. Elearning vs the classroom. What’s more effective for learning – a tutor in front of a flipchart or various computer-mediated ways. […]

How to do text concatenation in Storyline Javascript

Last week I posted a way to create an inventory list in Storyline 2. I’ll be the first to admit it was a bit convoluted. […]

How to create a self-adjusting inventory list in Storyline 2

When I started creating scenarios in Storyline, I couldn’t find a way to show the user what bits of information they’d picked up or learning […]

Elearning scenario examples: Will You Fit Into Deloitte?

This elearning scenario example is a first-person video-based one. Like Choose a Different Ending it pretends to be amateur but is very artfully produced. It’s […]

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